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Fresh update on "the washington post" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

00:41 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "the washington post" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

"News Japan has confirmed its first acron case Let's get to it back to in San Francisco it Yeah it has Juliet This is as I close its borders to new foreign entrance and introduced new strict quarantine mandates for its own citizens on arrival from countries where the variant is found The patient returned in this case from Namibia on Sunday Hong Kong will now add Japan Portugal and Sweden to its high risk group beginning December 3rd non residents who've stayed there within 21 days will not be allowed to enter at all Malaysia imposing tighter controls as well U.S. CDC director doctor Rochelle Walensky says there's consideration for Titan travel recommendations could include self quarantine and The Washington Post is reporting pre travel testing Germany is another step closer toward making vaccination compulsory and incoming Chancellor Olaf Schultz has moved a back it is called for a parliamentary vote by the end of the year UK prime minister Boris Johnson has responded to his top medical advisers saying there should be she said there should be new restrictions on Christmas gatherings Johnson says no We don't see anything to suggest that we need to go for instance to plan B but what we do need to do is take particular precautions.

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The Media Refuses to Recognize the Monster of Waukesha Christmas Parade

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:52 min | 12 hrs ago

The Media Refuses to Recognize the Monster of Waukesha Christmas Parade

"Because CNN said it, a car drove through a parade. A car. Washington Post, an axe, and people call it in an accident, was no accident. How could anybody call this an accident? This evil monster. A felony, and this guy, wow. What a piece of work he is, what a piece of work this guy is. I mean, beating up his girlfriend, felony charges, convicted felon, trying to find the story about who this guy really is. It's unreal. What this guy is all of what this guy guy know business being out on the streets. And yet, the media refuses to talk about it. I'm not going to say his name. I hate giving anybody even the notoriety that maybe they seek. This 39 year old felon was slapped in cuffs May 26th outside the county hearth in and Union City Georgia. According to police records obtained by Fox News, a witness allegedly overheard this guy pummel his 30 year old girlfriend and the mother of one of his children through the motel wall at about one a.m. and confronted him. Cops responded, they concluded he had struck his girlfriend, she had bruising redness around her eyes. He was arrested for battery, 5 months later. He ran the same woman over. Now listen to this. On November 2nd, this monster, according to prosecutors, ran his girlfriend over with the same red Ford escape that he used to kill all those people and walk ashore Wisconsin.

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Fresh update on "the washington post" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:37 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "the washington post" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"P at four 35 New this afternoon a federal appeals court is upheld California's ban on high capacity magazines in a split decision that may be headed for the U.S. Supreme Court the San Francisco San Francisco based panel acted today after two judges last year ruled the state's ban on magazines holding more than ten bullets violates the U.S. Constitution's protection of the right to bear firearms But in the 7 four decision the 9th circuit Court of Appeals reasoned the law does not outlaw any weapon and interferes only minimally with the right of self defense When the Supreme Court convenes tomorrow it will consider a case that could decide the fate of abortion rights in the U.S. the case is considered a direct challenge to the roe V wade decision that guarantees a woman's right to an abortion Tomorrow's argument is about a Mississippi law that bans abortions after 15 weeks of pregnancy President Trump rose says abortions can't be banned until viability that's generally thought to be 22 to 24 weeks Washington Post Supreme Court reporter Robert Barnes tells us there's another thing for the court to consider The court has said that the states can not put an undue burden over a woman's right to abortion before the point of viability And Mississippi does also say that this is not an undue burden They only clinic in Mississippi only provides abortion up to 16 weeks But this idea of not allowing a prohibitions before viability that's one that's hard to square with the Mississippi law That's Supreme Court reporter Robert Barnes of The Washington Post An important figure is now cooperating with the House select committee investigating the January 6th attack on the capitol We'll talk more about that with CBS's Kathryn Harris after traffic and weather Four 37 Whether you run your local.

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What Will Be Left of the BBB Bill Before Passage?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:18 min | 1 d ago

What Will Be Left of the BBB Bill Before Passage?

"Jake, I spent Sunday after the crowded dispersed reading build back better the House version. I mean, I'm at page 800 now, taking notes. I've gotten two columns out of it. I could write columns forever. It's the most absurd thing, including my Washington Post column this morning is about $3 billion in equity, which is up to Tom vilsack. A canny politician who has run for president before to distribute if it gets to the Senate. How much are they gonna carve out of this in the Senate? Salt deduction of tree equity, a 122 billion for homeless funding. What's going to go? So that's a good question. I think the major things that's going to go through are not those things. I think the major things that are going to go are the big things that mansion does not like. I mean, Pelosi has basically indicated if you listen, you read between the lines that the bill is pretty much set besides for some of these big provisions which are obviously huge and quite influential that mansion is going to have problems with. So that includes expansion of Medicare, paid leave provisions, the stuff. I think the rest of it, the small stuff that people will pick at and will be kind of the stars of election season ads are going to stay. That's just my

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Fresh update on "the washington post" discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:31 min | 12 hrs ago

Fresh update on "the washington post" discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"Hi fine. Thank you. How are you? Good, good, thanks. Good. I wanted to make a comment. One thing that just absolutely turned my stomach was seeing the defendant in this walker shop parade massacre because that's how I look at it. And the attorney had her arm around his around his waist padding his back. I know. Consoling him as if he was the victim. Are you to stop coddling the criminals in this country? It's discussing people and she's patting his back. It's so amazing you bring this up because I saw that too, and I had the exact same reaction. Now Carol, I know that the defense attorney has a role, you know? And I believe that everybody is entitled to a defense. Everybody should get legal representation. How do you embrace this monster with any kind of affection whatsoever, Carol? I don't know. I mean, we need to start holding the criminals accountable for their crimes. Instead of just always making an excuse for them. And as I said, coddling, because it's just getting out of control. I'm with you. Thank you so much, Stewart is in Sydney, Ohio. I Stuart welcome to the Mike Gallagher show. How are you? All right, how are you doing? Pretty good, sir. What do you make of all the craziness we're witnessing here? I just I've been saying it for so long about why not play in the vehicles. Why not ban baseball bats? Why not ban hammers? Why not ban anything that somebody uses to murder somebody with? Instead of just guns. Maybe we could ban people's actual limbs in their hands, you know, when they strangled people. I had a guy tell me one time he said, you don't need that AR-15. I have to look at him, I said, you don't need that car right there. Walker every year. Hey man, you're right on the money. I want to give up there inconvenience. If it's something that they don't, that's not inconvenience in them by taking your gun away from me because they don't have no use for one. Then they're all for it. But you start stepping on what they want and what they use and what they need, oh no, they don't want to hear that. You're right. You're right to appreciate it very much. Let's see what others say. I love it. We get a bunch of calls on this. Let's dive in. I got an email this morning from saying from somebody saying Mike, you know what's great about your show is your show is so collar driven. Well, I really believe that. The star of the show is you. So call me one 806 5 5 Mike. What are we missing here? Listen to this. I'm not kidding you. You think I'm making this up? The Washington Post went viral the other day over a tweet. Suggesting that the SUV involved in the walker Shaw massacre at the Christmas parade was responsible. This is what, listen to this. The Washington Post tweeted and I quote, here's what we know so far on the sequence of events that led to the walker shot tragedy caused by an SUV. So Stewart from Sydney, Ohio, that's exactly what they claim. That it's the inanimate object that's to blame. And these lunatics are saying the SUV caused the deaths of these 6 people. Here's.

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Is the Biden Admin Still Releasing COVID-Positive Immigrants Into Cities?

The Dan Bongino Show

00:56 sec | 4 d ago

Is the Biden Admin Still Releasing COVID-Positive Immigrants Into Cities?

"The Washington examiner has a story today 40% for zero 40% of migrants released in Texas border city test positive for COVID-19 Released in the city The Biden administration is dumping COVID positive illegal immigrants in the cities of Texas and saying deal with it And then The Washington Post is writing stories about how the COVID rate is high in Texas It's the rate is higher in Louisiana but since the Democrat governor there John bell Edwards he's Democrats so that's not in the Russian poster The Washington examiner dateline Austin Texas the city of Laredo Texas has refused to take in migrants who have been bused in from elsewhere on the border after discovering 40% of them tested positive for the coronavirus according to two local government

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Fresh update on "the washington post" discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:48 min | 12 hrs ago

Fresh update on "the washington post" discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"My Gallagher. Hey, Mike, David, Columbus. Maybe Biden will go visit the guy who drove the SUV, maybe I'll go visit him in jail and maybe Kamala Harris will call him a hero. Take care. Hey, Mike. I'm not sure why you're surprised about the car killing people because people don't feel people cars and guns. Yeah, Mike, I don't know what the big deal about walk shy is. I mean, after all, all that happened was some person did something. No big deal, right? Let's go Brandon. No, it wasn't. It was a car that did something. Please get your facts straight. Don't you read The Washington Post? Aren't you? Aren't you watching? Aren't you reading The Washington Post? Aren't you seeing CNN? A car drove through a parade. That's what happened, and now I think we need SUV control. What kind of car was it? It was a fort. What was it a Ford was an escape? We got to figure out. We can't have those. Those are vehicles of war. Those are vehicles of war, right? Right, beto o'rourke? We got a band vehicles of war, just like you want to ban weapons of war? You know, like the kind of weapon that tons of people have, you want to take that from people, let's start banning SUVs. Because maybe if the guy had just been restricted to driving a scooter,.

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Remember When Biden Killed Domestic Oil Production to Rely on International Sources?

The Dan Bongino Show

01:54 min | 4 d ago

Remember When Biden Killed Domestic Oil Production to Rely on International Sources?

"Joe Biden came in and immediately killed the Keystone XL pipeline killing thousands of high paying union jobs It's about energy and dependence And then he okayed the Russian oil and gas pipeline going to Germany because that helps out Russia and Putin Remember Hunter Biden got three and a half $1 million from the wife of the mayor of Moscow but pay no attention to that That's not a news story No controversy there He okayed the pipeline had undermines NATO because NATO was stood up was created the North Atlantic Treaty Organization to stare down and oppose Russia and the Soviet Union And that's Vladimir Putin is doing what he can to reconstitute the Soviet Union which he called the collapse of the Soviet Union The greatest or one of the greatest tragedies of the 20th century All that good stuff So he's helping out Russia and Putin and undermining NATO by okaying the gulf what Nordstrom two pipeline And undermining the United States and energy independence by doing away with the Keystone XL pipeline and all those thousands of union jobs They lie to you about how many jobs were involved And no there were only 7 jobs They literally came up with ridiculous numbers like that Well now a new story popped yesterday not because of the funnies at The Washington Post or anything But a memo was uncovered And the Jake Sullivan the national security adviser to the current president of the United States On the need for reliable and stable global energy markets And now you see the Biden White House is going to OPEC The organization of petroleum exporting countries And that would be Saudi Arabia to Venezuela and a number of countries in between And they're asking OPEC to increase

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Fresh update on "the washington post" discussed on Can I Pet Your Dog?

Can I Pet Your Dog?

00:52 min | 20 hrs ago

Fresh update on "the washington post" discussed on Can I Pet Your Dog?

"Rest Johnson at the Phoenix. Purple. He can't say it either. Don't worry about it. That's why it's a business card. You read it. Wow, I've never had to say this. Okay, so to get alternative with you, what are you saying? It's herpetological. Oh no, that's not worth. Logical. Yes, that's it. Okay. Sanctuary. Herpetology is the study of reptiles. And I've never had to say herpetological. It's a lot. Okay. Anyway, he responded to the call for help and was like, gave them some tips. And I think that's cool. It's just such a funny. I'm also imagining his day, where he's at home with his family or whatever. And he's like, the firefighters are calling me because they dog? Do they need help with? Yeah, so yeah, you're right with this amazing advice they start chipping away. The dog has been barking this whole time, Doc's top sparking. So the mom rushes the kids inside. She's like this is not a Thanksgiving miracle. This is turning out back. And then the funniest part of the writing of this article is that Bianca was flustered with the commotion. Of the digging. I'm the digging of the digging. And so Bianca is just like starts to peak her little head out and she's like, what's the big idea? And the firefighters grab Bianca. Yes. I pull her out. Bruce comes guarding him out. Out of there. Yes. Immediately after Bianca so everybody's safe. Yes. Everybody's happy. Bruce, good as new, a little bit thirsty. Yes. Because he had barked his way through the afternoon. Yep. But the miracle of everything worked out great and Rene got a French bulldog and tortoise story. Chris, also, I love, I think the mother posted on Instagram, but titled titled the story Bruce the idiot. I just like, you know, they get it. They're like, they the whole time they were like, this could be really horrible and tragic, but also we understand that this is the most insane scenario. And they also they assured everyone reading the article they're like, Bruce was put into training school immediately afterwards to learn. You don't go into the door. This is a house. Which is such a funny thing you have to train your dog. So funny. I loved it. I loved I loved it. Will I read this every Christmas? Is it a new tradition? Yeah. Yeah, probably. Probably. Alexa, thank you so much for indulging in listeners. Thank you for going along with me. I get go to The Washington Post article because she writes it in this picture of all the animals too. Okay. I want to get this right. Okay, ready. Hold place, just a second. Oh, you could listen to the article. That's like Sydney page who wrote it for me. And it is the writing so good. It's so good, Sydney. Great work. Great work. Okay, and I like.

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Newt Gingrich: 'Trump Was the Most Effective Anti-Liberal I've Ever Seen'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:07 min | Last week

Newt Gingrich: 'Trump Was the Most Effective Anti-Liberal I've Ever Seen'

"We're back one on one. This is America first with me Sebastian gorka and Newt Gingrich. Speak again, which let's talk about my former boss the 45th president United States. To you, what did his victory in 2016 mean? I find it amusing that as an immigrant to this nation, I have to remind my fellow Americans that it was the first time in our republic's history that we elected a non politician or a non retired military officer to the highest post in the land. How much for you did he change American politics inexorably? Well, I think if you look at Glenn young Ken's victory, you see an example of it. I mean, young gun campaigned on lowering taxes, less regulation, more jobs. He campaigned on taking on the culture war. Things that I think certainly on the culture war front the traditional Republicans would never have touched. Trump, I think I thought it was an extraordinarily important victory because I always tell people it's not that Trump is a great conservative. I don't think he sat around reading Bill Buckley and trying to understand theoretical conservatism. But Trump was the most effective anti liberal. I've ever seen. He just applied common sense. And did any act that he did things all day every day, and he was steadily methodically taking apart the left's world, which is why they hated him. And why they rigged the election and spent so much time for some literally from before his election. I mean, the first article in The Washington Post on impeachment is like April of 2016. And the day that he is being inaugurated, there's an article in the post on impeachment. And the day after his inauguration, there is a huge crowd and Madonna talks about how she envisions The White House getting blown up as a positive experience. And it was an unending four year war in part because Trump is a genuine threat. He's the first time I think since Andrew Jackson that you had a genuine threat to the

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Park in Pelosi's District Slated to Receive $200M

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:10 min | Last week

Park in Pelosi's District Slated to Receive $200M

"So what is the deal? I'm gonna have a column up at The Washington Post shortly on Nancy Pelosi, $200 million for the presidio park. What is the deal with that, Jake? How in the world does someone justify $200 million for your neighborhood park? Well, it is a very nice park, but you're right. I actually have not completely seen how they how in the text it directs the money to the presidio park, whether it makes the presidio park eligible for the funds or as you know you, but many people don't know sometimes in the era of note earmarks, sometimes language is written that only makes one entity eligible like it says for parks that include X Y and Z and our of a certain size. But yes, I mean, listen, this is the power of being a congressional leader, right? I mean, we saw how Rogers used to do this when he was the appropriation share used to shuffle lots of money to Kentucky and Shelby Richard Shelby of Alabama does the same thing for Alabama. But you're absolutely right. It's something that people are outraged about.

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Democrat Reconciliation Bill Features $1.67B Tax Handout to Media Corporations

Mark Levin

01:48 min | Last week

Democrat Reconciliation Bill Features $1.67B Tax Handout to Media Corporations

"Well our friends at our friends at Americans for tax reform One inform you about something On page 1957 and this is being voted on tonight 1957 of the reconciliation bill such a nice passive name given to such destructive activity Democrats have included a 1.67 billion special tax handout to media companies Hello under the guise of helping local journalists In reality the provision is a product of the D.C. lobbing swamp and will benefit large media corporations Companies of any size are eligible for the tax credit You know like Comcast AT&T think about it The New York Times The Washington Post broadcast print and digital companies all qualifying Each company is allowed to claim the tax credit for up to 1500 of their employees How many humble village newspapers do you know then employ 1500 people The associated depressed recently reported that the gani corporation publisher of USA Today could get as much as 127.5 million dollars Should the tax break become law They wrote gannett one of the nation's largest remaining newspaper chains could gain as much as a $127.5 million over 5 years Kinetic is a market capitalization of $780 million It's 2020 revenue was 3.4 billion

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'Covington Kid' Nick Sandmann Thinks Kyle Rittenhouse Should Sue for Defamation: ‘Hold the Media Accountable’

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:55 sec | Last week

'Covington Kid' Nick Sandmann Thinks Kyle Rittenhouse Should Sue for Defamation: ‘Hold the Media Accountable’

"One more note here is we're watching the Kenosha trial of Kyle rittenhouse. Remember the Covington Catholic high school student Nicholas Sandman who won millions of dollars from the mainstream media, one of the few people I've ever seen to take on the beast and he won. By the way, that kid get all that money? 'cause it was like 20 some $1 million. Is that kid walking around with like $27 million in his bank account? He filed defamation lawsuits as you'll recall against CNN, Washington Post NBC for out of context portrayals of the then 16 year old student, appearing to mock the Native American Nathan Phillips. He won like millions. Well, Nicholas Sandman is saying that Kyle rittenhouse should do the same that he did and filed a defamation suit against the media beast. Maybe a couple of maybe a couple of rich kids thanks to the mainstream media

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The Epoch Times Reports Jan. 6 Defendants Were Sprayed With Unknown Substance

Mark Levin

00:51 sec | 2 weeks ago

The Epoch Times Reports Jan. 6 Defendants Were Sprayed With Unknown Substance

"The epic times which is actually a very good paper by the way Very good to say Multiple January 6 defendants were taken out of their cells on stretchers at the district at Columbia Joe November 11 according to a court filing They sprayed something on them And I'm wondering if Philip bump is going to get down there and find out what the hell happened get off his fat ass from The Washington Post over there and just check it out He defends anything that's done to these people and everything that's done to these people He defends it But no he's not going to He's not going to Because he believes in it This is exactly what I've been talking about When I come to the meeting and not just the mean of course the Marxist left they could care

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Tiffany Cross Is Stuck on 'Racist' Truck Drivers Versus Other Major Media Companies?

Mark Levin

01:39 min | 2 weeks ago

Tiffany Cross Is Stuck on 'Racist' Truck Drivers Versus Other Major Media Companies?

"The is not even an intelligent person You know they used to have Tim Russert that guy was unbelievable And before him Joel spivak and then they purposely lower their stainless but I have a question folks Here's the anchor on meet the press right What's his race mister White They have their Sunday show on ABC George Stephanie what's his race White They have a Sunday show on CBS nobody watches it What's his or her race White Isn't that amazing Jeff mother Zucker What's his ray He's white I can go right down the list Let's look at AT&T Board a director see ya White What's that all about The ownership of The New York Times always has been white they're immigrants Oh Look at The Washington Post who's at the head of The Washington Post a guy named Fred Ryan White Why does white can be That amazing An activity cross is there talking about truck drivers truck drivers She's met truck drivers and most of them she happens to know an industry populated by a lot of white men over the age of 55 We can't have that in America No no no In Tiffany what have you done for your country What have you done for anybody What have you done for black people Nothing You're a loser All you do is attack people

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Biden Admits COVID Stimulus Checks Fueled Spike in Inflation But Left Doesn't Get It

The Dan Bongino Show

02:36 min | 2 weeks ago

Biden Admits COVID Stimulus Checks Fueled Spike in Inflation But Left Doesn't Get It

"Now Here's this Catherine rampal from The Washington Post I mean this is just comical She's on Brian stelter's show the coffee boy there And stouter of course it's just a great scene doesn't understand any of this though right But she's talking about inflation and comically states that Joe Biden has almost no control on what happens with inflation which is really weird because let me read this to you This is an actual headline I'm not trying to be funny I'm not trying to be silly This is an actual New York Post headline Steve Nelson November 10th 2021 Biden concedes his COVID stimulus checks fueled spike in inflation President Biden wins they conceded that inflation's at a three decade high because quote people have more money now as a result of his $1.9 trillion COVID-19 stimulus legislation recognizing essential point made by people who are arguing against a nearly $2 trillion sequel So just to be clear folks Joe Biden himself is now admitting because his lies have become untenable Joe Biden is now admitting that his decision to engage in this bill is the so called infrastructure bill which is really a poor deal spill right Is causing the inflation crisis because they had to print a lot of money to pay for it But here's the media bringing the righty Jim get very Brown get Mariano out of the bullpen and her Sandman bring the right hand No I love Marietta comparing him to these idiots It's an insult to the great Mariano right Bring it we gotta think of a really bad reliever in the past Bring in There we go there's a Rivera was one of the good guys Think of like bringing turd Ferguson out of the bullpen Bring it to the right Turn Ferguson time Here he comes out of the bullpen We have Ricky Vaughn before they put the glasses on Just a bit outside Here they are Here's the media to the rescue out of the bullpen Catherine rampal say no Biden's got nothing to do with it despite the fact Biden already admitted that their printing a bunch of money has a lot to do with it Check this out My general view about all of this is that the media Republicans and now The White House are laboring under the collective delusion that the president can do something about prices that the president controls prices That is incorrect And yet that is the premise of so much news coverage right now whether it's Fox News or other right wing coverage talking about hashtag Biden or saying you know why is Biden not doing more about gas prices or even more ostensibly more neutral or objective news organizations asking officials at The White House Why aren't you doing something about inflation He is all ready admitted the

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Washington Post's Jennifer Rubin: Stop Treating Republicans Like Normal Politicians

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:32 min | 2 weeks ago

Washington Post's Jennifer Rubin: Stop Treating Republicans Like Normal Politicians

"You hear it. This is a Washington Post columnist. And she used to call herself a conservative. I don't think she even bothers anymore. She's not. She's a conservative Republican Trump hating angry, angry little woman. I mean, man, is she nasty? And I remember seeing her on Tucker Carlson one night and it was so embarrassing the way Tucker just sliced and diced her. And this is what these folks need to keep doing because it confirms what we suspect that they really don't get it. They don't New Jersey, Virginia meant nothing to them. They think it was a blip on the radar. They think that Biden's 38% approval rating in The Washington Post ABC News poll? This week, pay no attention to that. They doubled down as evidenced by one gen Reuben. The mainstream media is part of this. They cover these issues. And then they go right back to having Republicans on talk shows asking them about other issues. Allowing them to air their phony grievances. Rather than grilling them incessant about why they tolerate this behavior. This is fascistic behavior. This is what fascist regimes do. They use extra outside the balance of reasonable democratic small D methods of getting their way. They intimidate they threat. They use the threat of violence. And this is absolutely intolerable. And it's been going on for years now in the Republican Party. And I think number one, the House should do something about it. And by the way, I think they might get a couple of Republican votes at least, both congresswoman Liz Cheney and congressman Adam kinzinger have said they might be inclined to go along with it, which I think would be very healthy. But I think you also have to have some new ground rules for the media. I think they have to stop treating Republicans like normal politicians. They're not normal politicians. This is not normal conduct. This is a party that spends its entire time cooking up these ridiculous cultural memes, fanning violence. And coming up with outright lies. We ought to just get out of their way. We ought to just get out of their way and let them keep spewing that kind of garbage and that ridiculousness let them keep doing it. Because we're going to win in such a massive

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Biden Administration Blames Everyone but Themselves for America's Mess

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:28 min | 2 weeks ago

Biden Administration Blames Everyone but Themselves for America's Mess

"I had a great editorial by Jonathan Tobin over the New York Post. About the way the Biden administration is blaming everybody and anybody but themselves for the mesh that this country is in right now. Look at what I mean, if you're worried about the shortage of goods and the due to the supply chain crisis, you're right to be worried, but Biden and his team are blaming us. And it's not just the Biden administration, it's the anti capitalist media beast. Have you seen lately some of the articles about how we buy too much? We're just buying too much stuff. We should opinion pieces in outlets like The New York Times, The Washington Post, the Atlantic Time Magazine and Business Insider argue that the supply chain broke because we Americans want too much. The desire for goods itself is just fundamentally wrong. And these articles claiming we buy too much stuff have proliferated as a way to direct the narrative away from the administration's incompetence. It also reflects a growing contempt for the consumer economy. A contempt that feeds off the near religious belief that capitalism is destroying the planet and is part of the over the top hysteria over global warming. This is an ideology, the ideology says as Jonathan Tobin writes. It's an ideology that believes that we deserve to suffer because of our supposed excesses. This is a desire to blame the victims of an ailing system for their natural desire for goods and to keep our economy humming. What does Biden do? Biden blames us? The White House brush secretary Jen Psaki. Mocked consumers, calling the crisis, the tragedy of the treadmill delayed. The transportation secretary Pete Buttigieg simply shrugged his shoulders. And shed the problem will continue well into 2022. Biden himself is complacent. Saying just this past weekend that voters really aren't smart enough to understand this.

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The Washington Post Mocked Julie Kelly's Reporting of Terrible Inmate Conditions

Mark Levin

01:35 min | 3 weeks ago

The Washington Post Mocked Julie Kelly's Reporting of Terrible Inmate Conditions

"You also broke the story about the conditions in the D.C. corrections facility I had you on We talked about it We were mocked by The Washington Post's Philip bump who has never been to the facility to check out what took place whenever federal judge Royce Lambert who sent the U.S. Marshals in there at a surprise inspection and basically the judge said the conditions are disgusting They're unacceptable That detainees may have civil rights issues And I notice The Washington Post didn't pick up on that either Julie did you notice that Yes another thing that seems to be missing in this huge puzzle as they marked us and certainly is covered with more heated incendiary rhetoric every January 6th case in defendant they don't seem to be interested not only in the conditions that they found for the January 6th the political prisoner but also just the general conditions of that D.C. jail that so bad they're actually moving out 400 inmates and I'm also hearing word marks that they are going to be moving out a lot of the January 6th defendants as well It's just an abusive disgusting drug ridden hellhole for everyone who's there but it's important to note that the January 6th defendants have not been convicted of any crime yet They are simply there under pretrial detention orders dictated by D.C. district court judges who are as bad as federal

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Mark Levin Shows the Proof of Media Leaks Conspired to Attack Trump

Mark Levin

02:20 min | 3 weeks ago

Mark Levin Shows the Proof of Media Leaks Conspired to Attack Trump

"Well March 1 exhibit 6 Obama administration rushed to preserve intelligence of Russian election hacking In the Obama administration's last days listen to this some White House officials scrambled to spread information about Russian efforts to undermine the presidential election and about possible contacts between associates of president elect Trump and Russians across the government I'm not done Exhibit 7 New York Times Flynn has said to have talked to Russians about sanctions Trump took office Well where'd they get this information Well Mark you know the fisa court they're always monitoring the Russian ambassador So how do we know that Maybe they are maybe they're not That there's an awful lot of other activity Here we have Washington Post one more Washington Post march 2nd U.S. investigators have examined context attorney general Sessions had with Russian officials during the time he was advising Donald Trump's campaign The focus of the U.S. counterintelligence investigation has been on communication between Trump campaign officials in Russia Listen to this The inquiry involving Sessions is examining his context while serving as Trump's foreign policy adviser in the spring and summer of 2016 This has been going on for a year So here I had live now Peace together leaks that were coming out of The White House the FBI the intelligence agencies and Congress To the Friends in the media and they were reporting these leaks so I'm pulling them together and saying wait a second These phony journalists these propagandists are putting out stories and trying to hurt Trump But if you put them together you see a conspiracy A conspiracy within the federal government where they are where they are eavesdropping in one form or another where they are using the Patriot Act The fisa court where they are using the media where information is dribbling out and so I pulled it together from these different there was a lot more of these stories and look at this Look at what they're doing to Trump and his people

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It's Been a Great Week for Republicans AKA the 'Party of Parents'

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:01 min | 3 weeks ago

It's Been a Great Week for Republicans AKA the 'Party of Parents'

"Start. This last week was phenomenal for Republicans. So last week was terrific in New Jersey and Virginia. Republicans won the Virginia House of delegates everybody. Statewide the Virginia, lieutenant governors raised Virginia governors race with junkin, the Seattle city attorneys race. They elected a Republican, the New Jersey state Senate president was defeated by a truck driver Edward durr even though. Steve Sweeney will not concede. He says, oh, there's thousands of ballots we're still defined. He's pulling his best Tony Soprano. Frank Underwood impression possible trying to declare a state of emergency to go find ballots. Republicans had momentum. We won everything you could possibly have asked for and then some. Republicans were riding high and they weren't riding high because voters showed up in record numbers and said, hey, you know, mister junkin, you know what we need? We need electric charging vehicle stations. You know what we need mister junkin? We need to go spend $1.2 trillion that we don't have. No. Mom's and dad showed up and they voted for Republicans in the first time in a decade because they sought was happening in their schools. Rural parts of Virginia showed up in record numbers at a higher percentage clip than they even did support Donald Trump and Republicans started to build this coalition. That was pro family and also anti leftist. That ran up against the power structures of the Central Intelligence Agency, the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the abuse within. Higher education, the public sector teacher unions Republicans finally seemed to have its groove for a couple days for a couple days we started to see headlines from CNN and Washington Post Democrats on defense, time to do a detox. And then you saw this Democrat Civil War begin of one part of the Democrat party start to say that we need to be we need to recommit ourselves to the party of parents and you had pramila jayapal worried that the Republican parties becoming the party of parents, which I'm going to say on this show until someone starts to listen to me, the party appearance is phenomenal

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Why Virginia's Election Has Huge National Implications

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:44 min | Last month

Why Virginia's Election Has Huge National Implications

"Joe Biden's numbers are upside down, and it is heavily impacting the now battleground state of Virginia. Tomorrow voters head to the polls. Well, I think they vote early in Virginia. I don't know how they do, but I still think they have in person voting in Virginia more than other states. According to RealClearPolitics dot com, Joe Biden's favorable rating is 44 unfavorable rating is 50 6 points in the deficit 6 points. 50% of the country as an unfavorable view of Joe Biden and the latest polls out of Virginia everybody, which can be a bellwether state in ways that are very significant. Virginia governor, according to the Trafalgar group, young Ken up two points, Fox 5 D.C. insider, which I trust local polls a lot with this up two points. Term mcauliffe is going on a press campaign, play cut it. They're talking about this critical race theory. And as I said before, and I'll say it again, it's never been taught in Virginia. And I really hate it because it's a racist dog whistle obtained from the loudoun county school board and invoice from that firm, the equity showing a charge for coaching and meetings focused on CRT. And excerpt of an email from former school superintendent states that while loudon county has not officially adopted CRT, some of its teachings align with the CRT ideology. That's pretty straightforward. Now, the polls are all over the place. So I don't want to say that it's guaranteed that junk and is going to win. The recent polls show him up, but there is a pall over the weekend by Roanoke college at mcauliffe one. There is another one from Washington Post that in the cauliflower up one, and you better believe that fairfax county and in loudon county, they're gonna pull out every type of shenanigans and tomfoolery and shadiness that they can concoct everybody. That is a real thing and it's going they are going to pull it all out. But I just want to make sure that everyone understands the significance of what is happening in Virginia right now is that you have a candidate that was not polling well. You've a candidate that in the Virginia race was down significantly. If you look to the RealClearPolitics average polls in Virginia. Mcauliffe was down in the average. I mean, I'm sorry, junkin was down 6 points. 6 points at the beginning of September. He was down in the average by 6 points. Now the average has him up two

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'Let's Go, Brandon' Goes Mainstream

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:35 min | Last month

'Let's Go, Brandon' Goes Mainstream

"You type in let's go brand into Google news, it is everywhere. AP news. How let's go Brandon became code for insulting bought Joe Biden. The Washington Post, let's go brain and is Republican vulgar governing agenda. By Dana millbank. Oh yeah, but drag queen story are perfectly cool. All right, the fact that 6 year olds get exposed to dudes that are in dresses. 22 hours ago Trump campaign joins the let's go Brandon trend. The NPR national public radio. Here's what let's go Brandon actually means and how it made its way to Congress. Fox 8, let's go Brandon, here's where the viral meme comes from. Three days ago, how the anti Biden song let's go Brandon became a shadow smash. And I can continue. The left is perplexed that there would be a grassroots non centralized non CNN non AT&T, by the way, this is what's so amazing about this is Black Lives Matter is totally corporate. It was top down centralized, every corporation was behind it. This is totally let's just say not coordinated. There's no central command center for let's go Brandon. There's no multi-million dollars spending campaign. There's no pledges from PepsiCo or from Coca-Cola, Goldman Sachs, saying we're going to pledge $30 billion to get rid of let's go Brandon equity in our country. No, this is just kind of bottom up. Where the Black Lives Matter thing B 11 incorporated was totally manufactured. It was absolute top down, and yet let's go Brandon thing is happening why because people are feeling the reality of Joe Biden's

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"the washington post" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

05:26 min | 4 months ago

"the washington post" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

"The vars did a great job covering the nba for many years. Now he's as an enterprise reporter for the washington post. Nobody knows what's up man. Mike with a laughing man which adama. Rg three may laugh. Act like you don't wanna go it. rg three. I just said he's a broadcast in like what you'd have more show and just talk. We could talk about. That would be uncomfortable. No we're very comfortable with mike. Mike would you listen if you heard that he was listen but having a popcorn. Say see i believe this is not in person. I watch all in the same room man three. He's all good man. I'm i'm talking insisting no had you around..

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"the washington post" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

02:14 min | 4 months ago

"the washington post" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

"Good evening once again. I'm chris channing. In for brian williams day one hundred ninety one of the biden administration and we begin tonight with breaking news from the washington post critical new information about the delta variant of the corona virus. The paper has obtained an internal cdc document which contains urgent new warnings about the virus. The post reports quote the delta variant of the corona virus appears to cause more severe illness than earlier variants and spreads as easily as chickenpox according to the internal federal health document that also argues officials must acknowledge. The war has changed. The post goes on to report quote. It's a combination of recently obtained still unpublished data from outbreak investigations and outside studies showing that vaccinated individuals infected with delta may be able to transmit the virus as easily as those who are unvaccinated vaccinated people infected with delta have measurable viral loads similar to those who are unvaccinated and infected with the variant. This afternoon president biden took a much more aggressive stance in face the escalating cova crisis driven by that delta variant and continued resistance to vaccines this american tragedy. People are dying and will die. Who don't have to die throughout their unvaccinated. You don't have to die. The administration is now confronted with the reality that it's work to stop the spread of cove. It could potentially face a major setback today. The president acknowledged that threat and took the first step toward imposing tough new regulations that will affect millions to impose requirements on key groups every federal government employees will be asked to attest to their vaccination status anyone who does not a test or is not vaccinated will require to mask no matter where they were test one or two times a week. If in fact you're unvaccinated you.

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"the washington post" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"the washington post" Discussed on KQED Radio

"At The Washington Post thank you as people around the country protest the killing of George Floyd Brianna Taylor and other unarmed black Americans killed by police another case of alleged police brutality is emerging in Tallahassee Florida Tony McDaid was a black transgender man who was shot and killed by police in Florida just two days after Floyd's death to Minneapolis and although details about McDade's death are still developing according to the police McDade was a suspect in the stabbing that took place earlier that day neighbors however dispute the police the story saying that officers gave no warning before firing on McDade but unlike other high profile police killings of black Americans the McDade case has yet to make national headlines which some transgender activists say is an example of the lack of attention to the violence transgender people face in this country here share their thoughts with us is Knowles's Simone to sound a member of the national black justice coalition's black trans Advisory Council now thanks for joining us hello thank you for having me also with us is ash Stevens policy coordinator at the transgender law center ash thanks for coming on the show yes thanks for having me now from what you've seen in news reports and in the larger it's our society will sponsor McDade's death how does this fit into a pattern of violence against black trans people well often times what how this fits into just my lived experience but particularly about what we notice around black trans lives is that often times is not honored I mean during our our our life on this earth and after right so like for example after the news of Tony may day we see Tony today being misgendered by news coverage right our stories often go under cover I would live often go I'm honored and so when it when we think about what's currently going on as we are talking about black lives a really centering about our voices need to be heard and that there needs to be justices black trans individuals often times still do not feel connected enough to feel protected in the movement so often times what we find it while we're marching with folks and fighting for all black lives black trans individuals still feel like their lives are not valued even protected and so we're thinking about a movement and how we're moving forward black trans folks want to know that they are protected and you're safe and that their lives are valued ash what do what can you tell us about a police brutality in the or against I should say the black trans community yeah I think you know things are complicated and I think because our lives are so complicated because of the ways that folks have been extremely marginalized and so multiple sort of forces are converging when police brutality like comes upon us so is often this narrative that like we deserved something or you know we provoke something or something like that and and those are all structural forces that we see converts a lot right a lot of folks may be experiencing like homelessness or whatever the case may be and then those things are used against us when something happens to us it also obviously with targeting that happens because of both being blackballed both being trans and and you know any other sort of like identity that that that pops up again that leads as most vulnerable I think we're in a in a really vulnerable position and and at least a bill targeting and experiences with police and then the police then use that as as a way to say that we either deserve something or we provoke something you know and and ultimately that says again you know that our lives you know just don't matter as Stevens is the policy coordinator at the transgender law center and knowledge Simone to sand is a member of the national black justice coalition for black trans Advisory Council thank you both for joining.

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"the washington post" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"the washington post" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"At The Washington Post thank you as people around the country protest the killing of George Floyd Brianna Taylor and other unarmed black Americans killed by police another case of alleged police brutality is emerging in Tallahassee Florida Tony McDaid was a black transgender man who was shot and killed by police in Florida just two days after Floyd's death to Minneapolis and although details about McDade's death are still developing according to the police McDade was a suspect in the stabbing that took place earlier that day neighbors however dispute the police the story saying that officers gave no warning before firing on McDade but unlike other high profile police killings of black Americans the McDade case has yet to make national headlines which some transgender activists say is an example of the lack of attention to the violence transgender people face in this country here share their thoughts with us is nala Simone to sign on to a member of the national black justice coalition's black trans Advisory Council now thanks for joining us hello thank you for having me also with us is ash Stevens policy coordinator at the transgender law center ash thanks for coming on the show yes thanks for having me now from what you've seen in news reports and in the larger it's in our society will sponsor McDade's death how does this fit into a pattern of violence against black trans people well often times what how this fits into just my lived experience were particularly about what we notice around black trans lives is that often times is not honored I mean during our our our life on this earth and after right so like for example after the news of Tony big day we see Tony big day being misgendered by news coverage right our stories often go under cover I would live often go I'm honored and so when it when we think about what's currently going on as we are talking about black lives a really centering about our voices need to be heard and that there needs to be the justices black trans individuals often times still do not feel connected enough to feel protected in the movement so often times what we find it while we're marching with folks and fighting for all black lives black trans individuals still feel like their lives are not valued even protected and so we're thinking about a movement and how we're moving forward black trans folks want to know that they are protected and are safe and that their lives are valued ash what do what can you tell us about a police brutality in the or against I should say the black trans community yeah I think you know things are complicated and I think because our lives are so complicated because of the ways that folks have been extremely marginalized and so multiple sort of forces are converging when police brutality that comes upon us so as often this narrative that like we deserved something or you know we provoke something or something like that and and those are all structural forces that we see converts a lot right a lot of folks may be experiencing like homelessness or whatever the case may be and then those things are used against us when something happens to us also obviously with targeting that happens because of both being blackballed both being trans and then you know any other sort of like identity that that that pops up again that leaves us most vulnerable I think we're in a in a really vulnerable position and and at least a bill targeting and experiences with police and then police then use that as as a way to say that we either deserve something or we provoke something you know and and ultimately that says again you know that our labs you know just don't matter as Stevens is the policy coordinator at the transgender law center and knowledge Simone to sand is a member of the national black justice coalition for black transit by three council thank you both for joining.

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"the washington post" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

09:52 min | 1 year ago

"the washington post" Discussed on KQED Radio

"At The Washington Post where he's earned three Pulitzer prizes one of them for quarterbacking the team that worked on the Snowden revelations he's also held positions as senior fellow at the century foundation lecturer at Princeton's Woodrow Wilson school and visiting research collaborator at Princeton's center for information technology policy he's currently a staff writer for the Atlantic I spoke to him about his new book titled dark mirror include Snowden and the American surveillance state will Barton Gellman welcome back to fresh AIR well pleasure to be here today if you were one of three journalists that he provided this material and really the only one from with a background as a mainstream journalist how did Snowden regard you as opposed to the other Laura Laura pushes the documentarian maker and Glenn Greenwald then with the guardian Snowden shows Glenn Greenwald first because he was a commentator and opinion leaders someone who was a powerful voice of skepticism against the establishment and Snowden wanted that sort of loud and clear and all in kind of defense he chose Laura fortress because he was a filmmaker who had herself been subject to the scrutiny of the surveillance state after she made a film about Iraq she found herself stopped every time she crossed the border into the United States and had heard her belongings searched her videotape copied her files copied and so on Snowden came late to me Laura fortress convinced him that having a mainstream journalists along and having someone who knew the subject as I did would be good for him Snowden was deeply skeptical he thought that the Washington post would be afraid to publish or would bow down to government pressure I had many conversations with him before he agreed to include me in which I said you don't understand my world at all we don't stand down because the government doesn't want to see a story it took a lot of convincing for him just as it took a lot of convincing for me that he was for real interest review for us what the terms were of him providing this information to you and the other to reporters well I told Snowden that I was not undertaking in advance to publish everything he gave me work anything in particular that I would make my own judgment about the news value and that I would give the government an opportunity to tell me about damage the first song if the story was published and so I had that conversation with the government every time Snowden at first it seemed a little skeptical about this and worried that it simply meant I was going to give the government veto power over an article and in fact he saw it as potential evidence of a cowardly approach by The Washington Post later he came to see the value and the importance of trying to avoid avoidable harm in the publication of the stories and he began to insist that that was what he wanted all along Snowden is always said publicly that he he wanted the journalists to evaluate this material and handle it responsibly he didn't want to dump it on the internet network or give it to wikileaks but he wanted journalists to make judgments and I think he says he wanted them to confer with the government so harm could be avoided was that your understanding all along Snowden absolutely wanted us to make our own judgments about newsworthiness he absolutely did not want us to dump the entire archive online if you wanted that he could have done it himself I mean the guy knows how to work the internet he wanted the credibility of journalists behind the disclosures he wanted us to check the facts and set the context and he wanted us to decide what was newsworthy and what was harmful so he he essentially relinquished all the close judgment calls to me and my fellow journalists and eventually he left himself without even access to all this material right that's right that's one of the most fascinating things here once he gave the documents to me and the other two he removed his own ability to access them he destroyed the encryption key and he did that because he didn't want to lose the documents he didn't want them to be stolen and he didn't want to be compelled to open them when he crossed the border he foresaw that he would be under the authority of one or another foreign government he wanna be carrying around a suitcase that he could open that would expose all those U. S. secrets directly to a foreign government so he made it literally impossible for him to do so no over the next several months you wrote several detailed stories based on these documents and additional reporting by you and Laura Laura portraits and a whole team of reporters at The Washington Post you actually work at the post at the time is all interesting story about how you went back to rejoin them and tap their expertise and legal protection the store is not with all of many different ways in which the National Security Agency was gathering information on Americans there's old this there's a lot of subtlety to this but can you share with us some of the most important revelations that came from the stores so one of the most important is the one that came first and that is that the United States government was collecting records of every single phone call made by Americans whether it was a local call national call an international call and it was saving what were known as the call detail records and it sounds like mumbo jumbo but all it really means is they were saving a record of who you called who called you how long you talked and in some cases information that would identify where you were and information like this in large quantities is extraordinarily sensitive it is possible to reconstruct someone's whole life by taking a record of five years of their phone calls for example and this was an example of what I meant earlier about government doing things not only that the public didn't know but the government had done is very best to obscure you for example the authority that it was using for this call records program came under the patriot act was called section two fifteen of the act ended up allowed the government to collect business records the justice department the FBI put out fact sheets every year saying we're making limited nuanced careful use of this authority last year they said I want to say this was in two thousand four they reported that they had used the patriot act authority to get business records only twenty one times and it turned out that twelve of those twenty one were sufficient to produce one trillion call records but if that's not an outright lie it is a deliberate attempt to deceive the public about what it's doing with his party and that's the kind of story I wanted to write so that's the first story the second was a program called prism under which the NSA obtained information from big internet companies like Google and Yahoo and Microsoft and Facebook and it did so in again in numbers and quantities that have never been dreamed of in public debate it used to be that the government had to get an individual warrant for every account that it's a failed under the authority of the FISA amendments act of two thousand eight the government could finally do what it wanted for a long time which was to tap into any account it felt like in large numbers and so they were now suddenly tens of thousands of account actually over one hundred thousand that the government was monitoring at any one time this became the most prolific collection program in terms of its impact on the president's daily brief that is to say the NSA was getting more information from big American internet companies than from any other source right and this it was included audio and video chats photographs emails documents from big internet companies that we all know right Google and Facebook and others right all of that now it's important to note that Americans were not the targets of these surveillance programs the NSA did not deliberately aimed to collect information from an American account never the less because of the way the program worked it collected far more bystanders than targets and enormous numbers of those bystanders were Americans I actually went through a large dump of actual FISA intercepts that is to say I actually saw the content of what they were collecting from accounts and in that found that there were tens of thousands of American accounts that were sucked into the vortex of this program Barton Gellman is the Pulitzer Prize winning journalist now a staff writer with the Atlantic his new book about reporting on the Edward Snowden revelations for The Washington Post is cold dark mirror this.

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"the washington post" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"the washington post" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"And so this is really funny article in The Washington Post about how this is creating dissensions among family so if you got a grandparents you know grand parents are the ones that are most at risk but the if they have two kids or to have to have a son and a daughter say which one of them to choose which one of them that they want to kind of call mingle with and they'll be part of that household bubble and you can't you have to choose one over the other I did some funny cases both of them both the daughter and the son offered at it do you want to isolate with us and they say no thanks there are concerned about their own health and they don't want a bubble but it's also causing you know some kind of friction you feel all you like they say it's your back to junior high all I ask you to the prom but you'd rather go with somebody else in the primary he feelings are hurt maybe that personal turn you down it just right just one more kind of humorous social anxiety level of the pandemic is bringing on some places like New Zealand in certain provinces in Canada at least depend anyways I had Saturn live have to sort of re do how they do their acts hello and now what they've been able to do is the whole world is suffering under this so then you can use that as a starting point to low to launch into a whole bunch of different jokes and because it's this new way that people are trying to experience life through the heavy hand of the government or everybody doing zoom meetings so they had a sort of change of how they present humor this is probably the best to me this is the highlight I don't you heard that town but it's a song called let kids drink if the just trainings that we had to give teens whiskey to help them fall asleep that's his any time a white well it's just a baby sit around that you in France during and this that is please anyway Hey what are the cute just like I. Bourbon over here yeah I kept popping in at the bottom of it Chris read yeah one of the cast members it's good anyway yeah it was a pretty clever and I I was wondering if there be any kind of you know Fuehrer clamor over all my god this is terrible I hadn't heard any but then I'm not sure the people that would object to it will be watching Saturday in life live at home with me so it was the only one there's only one shot of this place will be overweight kid laying on the couch all the bottles around them that was one is like how much yeah I ate it a little baby like babies of the confront anyway the kids walk to a bottle like okay now we're back to funny yeah that's right I know they can get it get a little too close to home for some people yeah I mean what what's nice about it was it was kind of like a a parent Spanish because the kids are driving the parents crazy she wouldn't be nice if they were a little looser right back though we're apart these days Schering so geico we'd like to.

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"the washington post" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"the washington post" Discussed on WTOP

"Pandemic began local lawmakers tell The Washington Post they want to know why those tests are still not accessible well we're now hearing from governor Hogan about that he spoke to Washington post live just a little while ago I hate to take a shot at the Washington post there really wasn't that accurate of the story because we are utilizing the task we have thousands of them that are being deployed what we have to ramp up our lab capacity which we've been working with the federal government on trying to get some assistance on there about a shortage of lab swabs all across the country which the president just instituted the defense production act on all of these things are part of being able to deploy those half million test was running us live to talk more about it will go deeper on Skype with Bruce deployed contributor to Maryland matters dot org Bruce great to have you back the governor saying there that that many of these labs to have the test but it seems they're still not really accessible to the to the public is that your understand of what's happening here well the Washington post story candidly blade out in some detail the frustration that local elected leaders county leaders in particular are having accessing the tests are from their perspective they would like these tests are deployed and in the field and and testing it particularly high risk individuals quickly perhaps more quickly than has been the case the governor argues as he'd you know as he did in the clip you just played that this is a did the testing requires many steps and it's taken some time to get to the point where there can be a more robust rollout but the post quoted prominent local leaders county executives promocionar on the record expressing their frustration the governor has said he laid out a plan yesterday that does expand testing in Maryland primarily in the areas where the concerned and the infection rate has been greatest nursing homes in communities where there are a lot of poultry workers and you're going to see a lot more testing very soon at the at the vehicle emissions are stations which have been repurposed temporarily for this purpose all right so I want to ask you about a piece he wrote for in Maryland matters about that sort of profile of the governor lately anyone who consumes media has seen a lot of governor Hogan he's of course the head of the national governors association so it makes sense but is there something more going on here I think it's very possibly I mean for him you know he is a governor in a major media area and he's chairman of the national governors association right now so and he's meeting with the White House he's leading conference calls there's every reason in the world why he would be popping up on CNN and MSNBC all over the place on a very regular basis but when when someone is going on the view and Comedy Central and and all these older platforms it does raise the issue what's going on what is going on yeah well well you'd have to you'd have to be inside Larry Hogan said to know for sure but clearly there are going to be options available to him I mean he went to New Hampshire a year ago as part of a feeler to potentially run for president they say every second term governor sees a president when he looks in the mirror so you know you could something be possible in twenty twenty four could you be pop up in a Biden cabinet could he do crisis consulting it feels like there's some brand building going on and some you know clearly there are opportunities coming his way in and he's saying yes to a lot of them and we're just gonna have to wait and see what if anything he does when his term in Annapolis is up in two years all right Chris great to have you as.

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"the washington post" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

04:49 min | 1 year ago

"the washington post" Discussed on KGO 810

"Happens to own The Washington Post crazy stuff man I I don't know I am I. I hope they hang around but you know I tell you yeah you know right now every day but the way the world changes so quickly right you blink you miss something we'll see hi Douglas thank you so much your time really appreciate it my friend a lot of yeah you know one of the things about the post office and I am a grown up in DC the end it's kind of change but everybody wanted a federal job because he knew it was a ticket for life nobody got fired until Reagan had a reduction in force in nineteen eighty and you know this is a point that conservatives real conservative you know not not skin on the rhino conservatism some of the people that really say look we want our government to run more efficiently and I get it but you gotta have a safety net for people but you can still fix other things and I love the post office I look but I maybe I love the idea of the post office more you know I don't know I it is but we are we're gonna have some serious financial issues in five years from now you do I mean we already do now but imagine the aftermath of this ticket a couple phone calls and I eighty eighty eight ten is a phone let's go to Roberta on this very shy reporter I would I would just listen to your recent column he did mention the stuff that I was going to bring up but I also want to let you know that try it once is a post office to go bankrupt so he can selloff in medical privatize yeah probably yeah yeah that's what happened I believe me because his friends are fed ex would love that you know they would love to take it over but the post office is in the constitution so it kind of hard to get rid of it it's it's less one of the few things that we have that's actually literally that mentioned in the constitution so but you know that yep they dip the pre paying the pensions and stuff like that I know but since everybody still there yes what was the last time you actually wrote a letter and sent somebody you don't do it that much right it was last month okay there you go that's my point I mean ninety percent of the stuff I get in the mail is junk and there's got to be a more efficient way to do this where we could see you know we could send stuff via email and still have the post office should not hurt anybody's jobs now let's face it out face of things out there we don't need over a period of time and so they don't they should put a little tags on the email server a post office no no no no no so much money from us going online pay in a bid to stand but you don't punish new technology because that's that that's exactly how you shoot yourself in the foot you don't want to tack I remember when that email first came out people got all right what about the post that's better quicker I you know I I give it to me now Bob I'll email to you know I got the paper I can read it I don't have to go down now and and in fact this you know that they kind of went that way too eighty eighty eight sounds good John Cena's a John thanks for the call to ship so there are two ways to get her to munity it's not just through a vaccine it's also through microbes within our environment who knows I mean yeah her of vaccine is not part of herd immunity herd immunity as when enough people have been exposed to the disease and vaccine I guess accounts but you the number to get that is so high you know and and with again if you're talking about a million people aren't listed to a simply like say you know let's say a hundred people and there's a two percent off tally right let's just say this is a two percent in order to get up every how to people to people have to die you know if you start extrapolating that your eyes that's a lot of people that they're gonna have to die to get her immunity would it make more sense to try to wait for a vaccine I mean what sweetness doing their people are dying at the same rate we are so it's a it's an honor here is great you're going to die if you were by weakening our immune systems by keeping it by walking down the healthy people I mean just corrugated the sick you know I guarantee you people will know when they're sick well here's the problem all right this thing is killing healthy people to kill thank you for the call it's killing people in their thirties and forties now we're talking about struck thirty five year old two strokes I mean that's I you know again it's attacking our internal organs are long as our heart it's there's some bad news there are more your calls coming up next eighty eighty eight ten you can also text me at four one five eighty eighty eight ten or seven one M. doggone emails on taxes chippy catch your radio ad tasty cake it's all about making happy happen no matter what the situation Hey helping your friends move on a third time this year what do you say we put a smile on that face with that tasty cake peanut butter candy cake sure why not so what do you think are going to say that's a delicious cake great so you're.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"the washington post" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Special follow you're so The Washington Post which we did the interview with them they quoted you as saying there's a possibility that the assault of the virus on our nation's next which will actually be much even more difficult than the one we just went through and when I send this so there's a conflict there had you know what I mean we're going to have the flu epidemic and the corona virus epidemic at the same time is that what you said to The Washington Post yeah that's what I'm trying to say to you that just a minute ago that the issue that I was talking about about being more difficult is that we're gonna have to viruses circulate the same time this spring that we just went through February we had the benefit of having the flu season ended so we could use all our flu surveillance systems to say whoops this is crown of ours we need to focus next fall ins and and winter we're going to have to viruses circulating and we're gonna have to distinguish between which is slow and which is the crown of ours and so the comment that I made it's more difficult doesn't mean it's would be more impossible what does it mean it's going to be more as some people said the worse it just means more difficult because we have to distinguish between the two and what I was wanting to do and what I want to do it again here his appeal to the American public to recognize they can really help like they did with medication which they really helped I need them to help now to best prepare us for getting the flu vaccine and taking flew out of the picture the call from the Washington post the quoted in The Washington Post it is difficult to identify.

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860AM The Answer

07:24 min | 1 year ago

"the washington post" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"To you something then it will be the first time I read it will it will be the first time will be the only time this from the CDC cited in The Washington Post okay this is about school closings Dr opposed and attacked by the left wing the daily kos for for advocate for opposing the closing of schools because the they have the answer the answer is to close schools how many students have the virus but it's worse than that this is from the CDC available modeling data indicate that early short to medium closures do not impact the E. P. I. curve of covert nineteen more available health care measures such as hospitalizations there may be some impact of much larger closures eight weeks twenty weeks further into community spread but that modeling also shows now listen to this that other mitigation efforts E. G. hand washing home isolation have more impact on both spread of disease and health care measures in other countries those places who closed schools close than that right well those places that closed schools E. G. Hong Kong have not have more success in reducing spread than those that did not E. G. Singapore I'd just like to ask a question it is you one can challenge me at what number of deaths Dennis do you think it would be appropriate to close down society it's a fair question yes I'm gonna go to minimal but I would ask likewise is there any measure that you would regard as too extreme all right Michael Michael I'm thinking of giving you a gift of a better phone service at the are you are you on as good as services exist in the Philippines not only will you learn better but I can't twenty megabytes per second download if you know your megabytes that that should be one of the video you're right are you talking through the internet it should be clear all right doesn't matter let's go back to you so we were talking about the argument that is hospitals would be overwhelmed how do you account for the hospitals overwhelmed in Italy and why isn't this is what they say is that we are two weeks behind Italy that is a common statement how do you react to that I don't want to hear arguments here or does she want to but the United States that are but suffice to say that you will be socialized medicine countries R. D. the quality of care that you can find in the United States Hillary is at the extreme of what it's called socialized medicine on the map Clavering them at eighty eight I yes I yes I did try to get into the argument Bernard sorry but yeah it's it's you know it's all taxpayer funded it's like that it's like Medicare but they're paying the price for that I'm not saying that no single player you have to work again I don't want to get the backing of ourselves valiant this just isn't the greatest but not all well no more fair to compare it leaves room for the night state senators to compare China United States the disorder reports last month instead of saying the US is the fact you were saying that the U. S. no better no better than China he told me that well what can we do indicate to Michael for mental what would have to take place for you to back quarantining as is taking place now in America and in Philippines what we've got a when was the last time you heard anybody talk about a flu or if you never you know why it's useless because floral is so much more contagious that is really good the very last use that warranty might be under some circumstances not necessarily the ones that have been here the fact that the quarantine can't be effective against corona means it has a weakness that the flu doesn't have the flu is vastly more contagious which is part of the reason why he he estimates that current role model season twenty two thousand fifteen thousand Americans have died of the flu you heard me right twenty thousand minimum have died of the flu fewer than one hundred upside of coronavirus yup exactly about the flu and we are on a witch burning act over corona virus certainly got the your opinion clearly via the argument is that they showed this graph yeah I'm sure you've seen it but if you haven't it's a very dramatic from nothing you have to walk through the number and they keep saying it's exponential growth so if you only have two dead today that's obviously tragic for the two when their loved ones but it's nothing for society but then it goes to four to eight to sixteen thirty two to sixty four and soon you reach a million ally have you respond to that the exponential growth argument you're listening to the Dennis Prager show the Dennis Prager show live from the relief factor pain free studio I want you to join a mac the association of mature American citizens stop supporting liberal agendas with the other senior organization imac believes in and stands up for the values that we care about the values that have made America great faith family and freedom Hey mac is fighting for us they're fighting against reckless government spending and the expanding scope of the federal government they are pro small business and for securing our borders I support our military and respect our veterans and they stand for.

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"the washington post" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"the washington post" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Presents the signs three book deal women's empowerment I feel he was using it you've met him I've met him once or twice socially socially I was marveling yesterday at a piece in The Washington Post and this is by Paul fari and let me say because I always like to if I have a personal relationship with a guy like this as a ball fire is a writer media writer of The Washington Post he are they called and want to do a profile on on my humble self a number of years ago quite some time ago and Paul sorry it was it was going to be a total hatchet job because you know it's the post an analyst Paul Farhi came and hung out the studio I think we went and had lunch and I got may have even had appears on my phone and be a perfectly nice guy truth be told I I like I actually like most people if I'd meet them in person that Paul fires perfectly nice guy but he's a media writer at the post so you know I mean come on he's got a piece yesterday the headline is dear readers Colin they love their college please stop calling us quote the media and quote there is no such thing there's no such thing as the media this is the Washington post is telling me that there's no such thing as the media are you getting exciting word of the year twenty three years and is that right Harvey swine's teen has been sentenced to twenty three years in prison for his crimes that is how well with Joe Biden say this whole bunch two years that's so that's a whole lot of yours that's a lot of years twenty three years he's not a young man he's out of he's a every time he shows up going in is is on a Walker but it is convicted last time he skipped out of the place like Fred Astaire it forward flip off the steps down to is motorcade many went to a hospital and had a stent put in because he didn't want to wait to be in reikers island to say Hey I think I need a stent because you know as different somebody just jams you were there should have been on and a dark hallway twenty three years he got in prison twenty three years that's a lot of Hillary's friends end up in the penitentiary not as many as that number that end up rolled up in rugs at national parks and things like that but so twenty three years for her piece Weinstein that's serious he's also now he's gonna appeal that he's got millions of dollars and you know they're going to appeal an appeal and appeal but that's hell of a start right there and then he's got more charges he's facing in California which could produce tens that Martin like decades more no prison time he's in bad bad shape transaction adjusted his got a registered sex offender in prison wrenches that he's got this whole movie star in prison this is awful he's he's really not enjoying this I don't open your registered sex offender they said that you're right there like it are you in your neighborhood you have to go door to door and tell people you're registered sex offender does he have to go cell to cell and say I am Harvey Weinstein a registered sex offender this is an ugly situation I get it I know how former lovers can hold over you long after they're gone in some ways I'm still pinned under a passed out Harvey Weinstein and it's thanksgiving he it is the guy's been regular grotesque pig for decades and he's enjoyed the protection of Barack Obama and Michelle Obama of Bill Clinton and and Hillary Clinton's secretary of state and First Lady Hillary Clinton had scheduled an interview while I was at the head of the Weinstein reporting and.

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"the washington post" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"the washington post" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"We can expect according to The Washington Post house speaker Nancy Pelosi will again be wearing white which is her typical I'm a woman of power routine it's really stupid and really irritating sitting behind from the next of the bands in honor of the suffragist movement according to an adviser to get over this idea that women are in somehow real electoral danger in the United States that we need to pay homage the suffragettes it was it was made part of the United States constitution like in the beginning of the twentieth century women him but we are a sentry removed from that can we get over a little bit and sorry Nancy Pelosi wearing white is not women constitute the majority of people in college and the people in medical school I can we get over this idea the women there then the jury of the work force in the United States now when they're not while we put upon any systemic level in the United States just bull crap this whole I am woman hear me roar much like where this weight this white coat demonstrate suffragist suffragettes it would come on come on come dozens of democratic women will also be wearing what because female power trump having just been embarrassed over thirty five day partial shutdown of the government last year took a moment to praise the one hundred year anniversary of the nineteenth amendment of Los he came from a clap now the president comes to the house chamber having been impeached by blows the in house Democrats on the verge of acquittal in the Senate hello he seems to be expecting the worst she said does the president know right from wrong I don't think so that's all I can say to you because if I want to know right from wrong I go to the ladies for abortion on demand also ramming through an impeachment proceeding without calling any of these supposedly he witnesses I go I I go for my moral judgment to Nancy Pelosi in in all likelihood again I think that that from stays pretty contained right here now on the campaign trail can be different thing I campaign trail get full campaign trouble already seen that but that's what you do when you are on the campaign trail and that is where trump arrives it's more of this in just one second first let's talk about the need to protect your online security so let's say that you didn't trust online security because for example the Democrats can get their act together in Iowa and their entire caucus fell apart maybe you're worried about your own online security because there are people who are looking for your information governments big social media companies maybe you have one of those cheap three VPNs attention gathering your data you should replace all that was expressed in the P. and it's the best VPN on the market here is why first they won't log your date only some of these other free VPN company second they're incredibly fast one other VPN slow down your computer expressive VPN will not also express a VPN insurers we can do everything quickly and easily I know this because I use express VPN like you set up on your computer with one.

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NewsRadio KFBK

12:02 min | 2 years ago

"the washington post" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"For you rush one I checked the email what do you Democrats you look all right here it is Washington post house Democrats brace for some defections among moderates on impeachment of trump The Washington Post says it clears and forms I warned you this was gonna happen yesterday when I Quinnipiac poll can I go back and review I wonder if you all realize how often things I say here are repeated elsewhere in the media I wonder how many of you say yeah yeah rush told us that I want one of them heard that it happened all morning in the hearings today it happened all afternoon in the Senate hearing just and now here comes the washing oppose the store when that Quinnipiac poll hit yesterday fifty one percent all the holes impeachment Quinnipiac has the power of the polls for the Democrats is never shown trump in a good light fifty one percent oppose impeachment never been that high when did it happen in the midst of the Democrats impeachment effort and I said them hello see if she can pull this back would do but she can't she's too deep she's too far in her media would revolt against her AS one many in her base because this is about nothing more than the continued expression of hate if all of this these people have an unquenchable hate it has to be fed every day has to be nourished every day they can't go a day without being dominated and governed by their hate Democrat base voters the mainstream media you name it hello she can't pull back on impeachment but believe me if she could she what did three weeks ago I said the policy will not do this if all she has is two hundred eighteen votes meaning the bare minimum she needs to pass it I said that's that's not going to be enough that's not gonna be enough to sway the American people is going to be purely party line she can't do it at the time the thinking was that she had two hundred and thirty five votes at the time the thinking was that the thirty or thirty one moderate Democrats who were elected in the twenty eighteen mid terms a come from trump districts the thinking was that the case was solid up they go ahead and vote for impeachment not imperil themselves then the hearings began and it became obvious that they had nothing became obvious all they had was hearsay and academics testifying what they thought a rotten guy Donald Trump is a bunch of bureaucrats or not even on the phone call the transcript the phone call shows nothing there to the whistle blower came and went before anybody ever heard from member side they had nothing though is thirty one moderates began to get nervous and got more and more nervous as the hearing this went on and on as a case was not made despite the media's bias in in analyzing it reporting in the case was not made then the impeachment number fifty one percent I will guarantee you the Democrat internal polls are showing this as well the desire for impeachment is plummeting the more this goes on so when the number had yesterday I told you I guess educated guess that policy is going to release some of these moderates and that yeah all she gets is to eighteen she'll take it because she can't pull back she cannot cancel that she can't she can't even the White she might try to delay it on the basis that McConnell here demanding an immediate acquittal moving for an immediate acquittal is going to deny her side fairness she couldn't pull it on the basis of the way McConnell says he's going to deal with it it's an outside chance I'm not predicting it I'm just telling you don't be surprised because McConnell has said I'm not even going to have the trial I'm gonna go for summary judgment I'm in a poll guilty or not guilty right on the first day we're going to get work we're we're just we're not even going to get a guilty verdict we're gonna dismiss this well Paul what was he could say you know what I I I I I that that that the senator McConnell is denying us the fairness denying the minority fairness which should be a laugh given how they have abandoned fairness on their side but she could she's always been able if she wanted to she has always been able to cancel this on the basis of the partisanship and mean spiritedness and the bigotry of the racism in the sectors of all that of the Republicans but I still think she's too deep now and the Washington post story next the case house democratic leaders are bracing for some defections among a group of moderate Democrats in swing districts who are concerned that a vote to impeach trump could cost them their seats in November lawmakers and senior aides are privately predicting they will lose more than the two Democrats who opposed the impeachment inquire re rules package in late September two senior Democrat aides said the total could be as many as six democratic defections while a third day senior Democrat aide said it could be higher several moderates and privately pined for other options including the center that they are unlikely to get others have even considered what one moderate called splitting the baby backing one article of impeachment but not the other to try to show in that never words vote for one but not the other to show independence in the party because these moderates thanks if they go all in with their own party that they're dead at the ballot box so she's got the votes to impeach but here come the factions of meaning bipartisanship we'll be apart of impeachment but it will be bipartisan support against it and if if it's six now or more it's only going to get worse because trump didn't do anything and fox despite all the noise and all the hay and all of the energy the Democrats of mustard this has been about one thing it's been about trying to break the bond of trump supporters to trump the exact opposite has happened in fact you probably find Democrats openly complaining about it on TV now if you watch enough TV my guess is that some Democrats will start openly complaining about trump voters just will not turn on the guy that just we've given everything we got I mean we have a page where the mother investigation of Russian resignation all of the stormy Daniels on NBC tape still does it we can't they're gonna start complaining about it because they went into this thinking it be a slam dunk I mean take out a Republican that's easy that's Democrat one oh one call up your buddies in the media and get the process started the list the Republicans destroyed this way is longer here's a here's a audio sound bite to demonstrate for year with the other frustration and the hatred and the scatter shot approach and then general general feeling that trump shouldn't be president just be quiet we don't like that guy Steve Cohen Democrat from Tennessee this is during the debate today on the markup the house Judiciary Committee on the two articles of impeachment when he said I need a favor though he was talking about getting dirt on the bidens Michael Cohen told us the president doesn't come out and say exactly what he wants he speaks in code that's the president's code Michael call one knows it and Michael Collins is in prison now my call and who is in prison because he facilitated the payments to miss Daniels and the payments to miss McDougal you talk about abuse of power abuse of power is having a charitable foundation and taking advantage of the charities and using the money for your own purposes and having to pay a two million dollar fine and not being allowed to be on the board ever again because you don't have the character to be over a charitable foundation use the powers ripping off people trump university and paying twenty five million dollars none of that is in the articles of impeachment none of it and now he's quoting might call call waiting who he acknowledges is in jail for among other things lying Michael call one made the store made their nose and Karen McDougal abuse of power the president speaks in cold he was talking about getting dirt on the bike and we didn't need the dirt on the bidens Biden provided the dart by to the interference we just played your the audio of Biden bragging about it what trump was saying are you're gonna get to the bottom of this are you going to investigate it there's another thing to at trump trump was actually soliciting help from the Lansky on getting to the bottom of what happened to him in the Russia collusion case because Ukraine why is involved in that no matter what these people try to re write history is saying Ukraine was involved in an urban seven drive by news stories detailing it and even a Ukraine court found Ukrainians guilty of colluding in the twenty sixteen American election and they are sitting here even today at their little committee in utter denial of that they keep harping on trump said do me a favor do me a favor now begins a delay face to do us a favor talking about Hey do us in the United States there was a favorite by the way to trump manner of speaking that he has used his whole life I'll be playing golf with dropping some able come up or some member of the staff the club will come out here like do me a favor go tell that guy do me a favor is like saying Hey to him do me a favor is not soliciting a bribe it's almost a way that he's bridges a conversation with people some people say Hey you okay do me a favor going to die Hey do me a favor and run that guy down and tell him I'll see before do me a favor it it's a speech pattern with trump yeah they're trying to make that an impeachable offense anyway the American people saying all this because this is not going on for three straight weeks of written anything new and if they don't have anything and what is obviously surfacing now is there pure abject hatred and it's not infectious folks it's not drawing people to them it's driving people away we will be back.

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11:12 min | 2 years ago

"the washington post" Discussed on KTRH

"For you what are your I checked the email what do you what do you mean some Democrats you look right here it is Washington post house Democrats brace for some defections among moderates on impeachment of trump The Washington Post says it personal funds I warned you this was gonna happen yesterday when I Quinnipiac poll cannot go back and review I wonder if you all realize how often things I say here are repeated elsewhere in the media I wonder how many you say yeah yeah rush told us that I what what I've heard that morning in the hearings today it happened all afternoon in the Senate hearings yesterday and now here comes the wash oppose the store when at Quinnipiac poll hit just a fifty one percent all polls impeachment Quinnipiac at the pole the polls the Democrats is never shown trump in a good light fifty one percent oppose impeachment never been that high when did it happen in the midst of a Democrat impeachment effort and I said them that pelo see if she can pull this back would do but she can't she's too deep she's too far in her media would revolt against her as what many in her base because this is about nothing more than a continued expression of hate yes all of this these people have an unquenchable hate it has to be fed every day has to be nourished every day they can't go a day without being dominated and governed by their hate Democrat base voters the mainstream media you name it plus he can't pull back on impeachment but believe me if she could she what did three weeks ago I said the policy will not do this if all she has is two hundred eighteen votes meaning the bare minimum she needs to pass I said that's that's not gonna be enough that's not gonna be enough to sway the American people's gonna be purely party line she can't do it at the time the thinking was that she had two hundred and thirty five votes at the time the thinking was that the thirty or thirty one moderate Democrats who were elected in the twenty eighteen mid terms a come from trump districts the thinking was that the case was solid up they go ahead and vote for impeachment not imperil themselves then the hearings began and it became obvious that they had nothing became obvious all they had was hearsay and academics testifying what they thought a rotten guy Donald Trump is a bunch of bureaucrats or not even on a phone call the transfer of the phone call shows nothing there to the whistle blower came and went before anybody ever heard from riverside they had nothing dole was thirty one moderates began to get nervous and got more and more nervous as the hearings went on and on because the case was not made despite the media's bias in in analyzing it reporting in the case was not made then the impeachment number fifty one percent I will guarantee you the Democrat internal polls are showing this as well the desire for impeachment is plummeting the more this goes on so when the number hit yesterday I told you I guess educated guess that policy is going to release some of these moderates and that yeah all she gets is to eighteen she'll take it because she can't pull back she cannot cancel this chick can't she can't even the White she might try to delay it on the basis that McConnell here demanding an immediate acquittal moving for an immediate acquittal is going to deny her side fairness she couldn't pull it on the basis of the way McConnell says he's going to deal with it it's an outside chance I'm not predicting and I'm just telling you don't be surprised because McConnell has said I'm not even gonna have the trial I'm gonna go for summary judgment I'm in a poll guilty or not guilty right on the first day we're going to get what we're we're just we're not even going to get a guilty verdict we're gonna dismiss this well pelos we could say you know what I I I I did that senator McConnell is denying us the fairness denying the minority furnace which should be a laugh given how they have abandoned fairness on their side but she could she's always been able if she wanted to she has always been able to cancel this on the basis of the partisanship and mean spiritedness and the bigotry of the racism and sexism all that of the Republicans but I still think she's too deep now and the Washington post story next the case house democratic leaders are bracing for some defections among a group of moderate Democrats in swing districts who are concerned that a vote to impeach trump could cost them their seats in November lawmakers and senior aides are privately predicting they will lose more than the two Democrats who opposed the impeachment inquire re rules package in late September two senior Democrat aides said the total could be as many as six democratic defections while a third day senior Democrat aide said it could be higher several moderates privately pined for other options including the center that they are unlikely to get others have even considered what one moderate called splitting the baby backing one article of impeachment but not the other to try to show in their words a vote for one but not the other to show independence in the party because these moderates thanks if they go all in with their own party that they're dead at the ballot box so she's got the votes to impeach but here come defections meaning bipartisanship we'll be apart of impeachment but it will be bipartisan support against it and if if it's six now or more it's only going to get worse because the trump didn't do anything and folks despite all the noise and all the hate them all of the energy the Democrats of mustard this has been about one thing if then about trying to break the bond of trump supporters to trump the exact opposite has happened in fact you probably find Democrats openly complaining about it on TV now if you watch enough TV my guess is that some Democrats will start openly complaining about trump voters just will not turn on the damages we given everything we got I mean we have paid for that a mother investigation of Russian messages all of the instrument panels and then a and B. C. tape still does it we can't they're gonna start complaining about it because they went into this thinking it be a slam dunk I mean take out a Republican that's easy that's Democrat one oh one call up your buddies in the media and get the process started the list of Republicans destroyed this way is longer there's a there's a audio sound bite to demonstrate for year with the other frustration I am the hatred and the scatter shot approach and the general general feeling that trump shouldn't be president John speak cost we don't like that guy Steve Cohen Democrat from Tennessee this is during the debate today on the markup the house Judiciary Committee on the two articles of impeachment when he said I need a favor though he was talking about getting dirt on the bidens Michael Cohen told us the president doesn't come out and say exactly what he wants he speaks in code that's the president's code for Michael call one knows it and Michael Cohen is in prison now Colin who is in prison because he facilitated the payments to miss Daniels and the payments to miss McDougal you talk about abuse of power abuse of power is having a charitable foundation and taking advantage of the charities and using the money for your own purposes and having to pay a two million dollar fine and not being allowed to be on the board ever again because you don't have the character to be over a charitable foundation use the powers ripping off people trump university and paying twenty five million dollars none of that is in the articles of impeachment none of it and now he's quoting might cold call one who he acknowledges is in jail for among other things lying Michael call one made statements just stormy Daniels and Karen don't go abuse of power the president speaks in cold he was talking about getting dirt on the bike and we didn't need the dirt on the bidens Biden provided the dart by to the interference we just played your audio of Biden bragging about it what trump was saying are you're gonna get to the bottom of this are you going to investigate it there's another thing to at trump trump was actually soliciting help from the lens ski on getting to the bottom of what happened to him in the Russia collusion case because Ukraine why is involved in that no matter what these people try to re write history is saying Ukraine was involved in an urban seven drive by news stories detailing it and even a Ukraine court found Ukrainians guilty of colluding in the twenty sixteen American election and they are sitting here even today at their little committee in utter denial of that they keep harping on trump said do me a favor do not now begins a delay face to do us a favor talking about Hey do us in the United States there was a favorite by the way it's a trump manner of speaking that he has used his whole life I'll be playing golf with dropping some aid will come up for some member of the staff the club will come up here like you'll be favorable tell that guy do me a favor is like saying Hey to him do me a favor is not soliciting a bribe it's almost a way that he's bridges a conversation with people some people say Hey you okay do me a favor going to die Hey do me a favor and run that guy down and tell him I'll see before give me a favor it it's a speech pattern with trump yeah they're trying to make that an impeachable offense anyway the American people saying all this because this is not going on for three straight weeks of written anything new and if they don't have anything and what is obviously surfacing now is there pure abject hatred and it's not infectious folks it's not drawing people to them is driving people away we will be back.

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News Radio 810 WGY

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"the washington post" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"The story in The Washington Post says all my friends bar disputes key inspector general finding about F. B. I.'s Russia investigation this for The Washington Post we know exactly what's going on here this is the story published yesterday Attorney General William Pete bar has told the show's sheets he disagrees with the justice department's inspector general on one of the key findings in an upcoming report that the FBI had enough information in July twenty sixteen to justify launching an investigation into members of the trump campaign according to people familiar with the matter the just robin inspector general Michael Horowitz is due to release his long awaited findings but behind the scenes of the OJ disagreement a service about one of four which is central conclusions on the origins of the rush investigation discord could be the prelude to a major Fisher within financial law enforcement on the controversial question of investigating a presidential campaign bar has not been swayed by horror which is rationale for concluding that the FBI had sufficient basis to open an investigation on July thirty first twenty sixteen my friends this is the Achilles heel of the whole situation what have I been saying to you now for years mother didn't even touch that's why how did this whole thing get started where this come from we're to believe that they just happen to have people near Papadopoulos but Papadopoulos happen to say if they make a police we're not idiots they had set up to get Papadopoulos before this conversation he allegedly had with Downer in a bar in the U. K. click Papa doc is running for Congress by the way yes that's what they they believe that they they want us to believe that bar knows this is going to be the critical question of there will be all this information presented in people who are very invested in this will tell you they will feign stupidity they'll fan an abject lack of judgment and they will say to you that the Russia collusion investigation was a duly predicated investigation from the start meeting that there was something other than political malice as the real motivation for looking into all of this bars going to look at this according this report I believe in say not so fast you're going to investigate a presidential campaign based on what a very low level eight visor remember of the campaign says to a guy in a bar in the U. K. you're gonna do you're gonna make that call you're then going to get Fizer on another low level member of an advisory board of the trump campaign really and you're gonna act like that's fair I mean look I I you know you have people walk into police stations across the country and say that you know al this is in their shower and Solomon laden is hiding under their bed if you said in a swat team kicked in the front door and shot a couple of people because you're doing a raid to find all this and some all people want to ask some questions like what the heck are you doing that is going to be what we are faced with by the FBI now they were going to want to believe they made stupid decisions in good faith not because of politics and bars going to look at them it sounds like and say not so fast we know what your up to this whole thing was in fact.

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"the washington post" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"the washington post" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The story in The Washington Post says all my friends bar disputes key inspector general finding about S. B. I.'s Russia investigation is from Washington post we know exactly what's going on here this is the story published yesterday Attorney General William P. bar has told the show's sheets he disagrees with the justice department's inspector general on one of the key findings in an upcoming report that the FBI had enough information in July twenty sixteen to justify launching an investigation into members of the trump campaign according to people familiar with the matter the just robin inspector general Michael Horowitz is due to release his long awaited findings but behind the scenes the O. J. disagreement a service about one of horror which is central conclusions on the origins of the rush investigation discord could be the prelude to a major Frasier within financial law enforcement on the controversial question of investigating a presidential campaign bar has not been swayed by horror which is rationale for concluding that the FBI had sufficient basis to open an investigation on July thirty first twenty sixteen my friends this is the Achilles heel of the whole situation what have I been saying to you now for years mother didn't even touch that's why how did this whole thing get started where did this come from we're to believe it they just happen to have people near Papadopoulos but Papadopoulos happen to say thing again please what idiots they had set up to get Papadopoulos before this conversation he allegedly had with Downer in a bar in the U. K. please Papa doc is running for Congress by the way yes that's what they they believe that they want us to believe that bar knows this is going to be the critical question there will be all this information presented in people who are very invested in this will tell you they will feign stupidity they'll fan an abject lack of judgment and they will say to you that the Russia collusion investigation was a duly predicated investigation from the start meeting that there was something other than political malice as the real motivation for looking into all of this bars going to look at this according this report I believe in say not so fast going to investigate a presidential campaign based on what a very low level eight visor remember of the campaign says to a guy in a bar in the U. K. you're gonna do you're gonna make that call you're then going to get Fizer on another low level member of an advisory board of the trump campaign really and you're gonna act like that Sir I mean look I I you know you have people walk into police stations across the country and say that you know al this is in their shower on Osama bin laden is hiding under their bed if you said in a swat team kicked in the front door and shot a couple of people because you're doing a raid to find all this and some all people want to ask some questions like what the heck are you doing that is going to be what we are faced with by the FBI now they were going to want to believe they made stupid decisions in good faith not because of politics and bars going to look at them it sounds like and say not so fast we know what your up to this whole thing was in fact a.

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"the washington post" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"the washington post" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Letter to The Washington Post and they continue this a display. and disregard for the law cannot stand to uphold and defend our constitution Congress must determine whether the president was indeed willing to use his power and withhold security assistance funds to persuade a foreign country to assist him in an upcoming election as they say the big defense from trump is gonna be I released the aid and they didn't investigate Biden so what's your problem so this may come down once again frankly so question attempt Hey if you well if you look at the second half of the Miller report there's a lot of attempt there's a lot of president from melting off to people in his administration I. well yes I Radamel in people dying now Mr present reading and that okay is this sort of the same thing from threatening to withhold aid and then do and then the crying and saying no and then members of his administration and Congress going you need to release the aid in line okay. is that a crime because if the quid pro quo is never a problem is it a quid pro quo. is willing this alone I know for impeachable offense. so there there's gonna be a two level defense for trump right one is going to be that he did not in fact threatened to withhold eight right if that if that Berrier is not pass this non visual case if from said I didn't threaten withhold aid I just said to him it be great if you can see clear to investigating hunter Biden and let's be real he's crap. that's from melting off it's bad it's not good for president of the United States to do that I think it's immoral I don't think it's right I don't need to be trouble if from set I would withhold taxpayer dollars unless you go investigate my domestic political opponent then the question becomes. did it happen did it not and is it tends enough for the visual offense meaning if he threatens with all the aid and Ukrainian said now and then he let the eight go which is actually what happened in terms of practicality is that criminal. can you honestly I'll have to consider the answer that I don't know the answer to that all the time I had a look at the statute is attempts enough. is is that attempted bribery if the act is not completed if was just melting off right as from his apps to do again the second half of the Miller part is entirely trump melting off and people saying no to him and in caving. so this gets pretty complex and and pretty sloppy. when the Democrats are gonna want investigate obviously see if these allegations are true we believe these actions represent impeachable offense we do not arrive at this conclusion lightly we call in our colleagues in Congress to consider the use of all congressional authorities available to us including the power of inherent contempt impeachment hearings to address these new allegations find the truth and protect our national security so they're really ramping up the the allegations here. the democratic presidential candidates have nothing to lose obviously and in their effort to show passion they are they're going over the top here's Cory Booker saying he doesn't think that Watergate compares which is weird since we had actual evidence of a presidential criminality in Watergate and we do not yet have that of president trump here's Booker what do you make of the news about president trump in his conversation with the president of you crying. it is a portrayal of the office. yelled which I I haven't seen in my life hi may be but if you go back to god I I I will be Watergate even compares to what this is. again this is an over cell and the Democrats are overselling this is why honestly the the Nancy Pelosi wing of the Democratic Party is trying to hold back the enthusiasm on the part of Democrats confusing let's just wait for the facts to catch up with where we want to go here that would be the smart move just politically speaking okay now shifting over the twenty twenty presidential race the obvious beneficiary of this continues to be a little bit more everybody is talking about Biden in Ukraine everybody's talking at trump and Ukraine and lives with mortgage sitting over to the side soaking up the glorious media attention there's a new tracking poll in a California chose Elizabeth Warren opening opening up a wide lead now it is a small sample size like six hundred people and it's a survey it's a monthly tracking poll for capital weekly and it shows Elizabeth Warren increasing her share of the vote pushing VP Joe Biden down to third place among likely voters it has her up at twenty nine percent Sanders at twenty one and biting at eighteen again there are these leading candidates. this is really dropping a lot of her support shifting over to Elizabeth one Elizabeth warm winds California this primary season is over this primary season is over so. again this is. kind of a stunning move bye bye was with weren't coming up Elizabeth Warren may be subjected to her only scandal we'll talk about.

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